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Epic Games: "Vi kommer ikke til at sælge bloatware, spil der ikke virker eller spil af ringe kvalitet"

I mange år har mange påpeget at Steam tillader alt for mange spil på deres butik der enten direkte ikke virker, kun består af grafiske aktiver købt direkte fra Unity-butikken eller på anden vis er utilfredsstillende. Denne mangel på redigering af platformens indhold har netop banet vejen for Epic Games Store, der ønsker at gøre noget lidt anderledes.

I et interview med PCGamer fortæller Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, at de ikke kommer til at benytte sig af Valves "Anything Goes"-politik, men snarere vil de, ligesom en "rigtig" købmand, udvælge de produkter de ønsker at sælge.

"We'll have a quality standard that doesn't accept crappy games. We'll accept reasonably good quality games, of any scale, whether small indie games to huge triple-A games, and we'll take everything up to, like, an R-rated movie or an M-rated game. A GTA game would be fine to us, but Epic's not going to distribute porn games or bloatware or asset flips, or any sort of thing that's meant to shock players. The PC's an open platform and if we don't distribute it in our store you can still reach consumers directly."

"We're not going to have something like the console certification process involved in releasing a game, but I think we'll be aware of the quality of what's submitted prior to making a decision to list it in the store...somehow. Humans can make those judgment calls, and they'll be pretty reasonable.""